St. Timothy’s School students continue their winning streak at the NC Science and Engineering Fair state competition. Eighth grader Tommy Frank and sixth grader Brielle Hershberger both took second place finishes in their respective divisions. Including this year’s results, 8 St. Timothy’s School students have finished in the top 1st or 2nd place at the state competition for the past 7 years.
Tommy’s “Cooling Fractals” project won 2nd place in the Physics division, and Brielle’s "Hydroponics" project received 2nd place in the Biological Sciences division. Both students also received Broadcom Masters nominations, which is a national competition that invites the top 10% of science projects at affiliated science fairs to compete. Tommy and Brielle will compete for advancement into one of 300 semifinalist spots.
It’s a great day to be a Titan Scientist! Congratulations to Tommy and Brielle, and good luck with the Broadcom Masters competition!